Learn how to paint colourful flowers with FAS Student Acrylic Paint






Learn how to paint colourful flowers with FAS Student Acrylic Paint.

Get amazing professional artist results with this simple painting technique.  

You will need a good quality acrylic art paint, a range of colours including white. 
Two to three clean flat brushes but remember to slightly dampen the brushes before you start to paint.

Painted by WOWart Learning - Singapore

FAS Student Acrylic Paint:

FAS Paints – New Zealand
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Draw and Paint with a Sharpie Marker and FAS Painting Dye




You will need
Waterproof Black Sharpie Markers (or any waterproof markers)
FAS Painting Dyes and Fine Brushes.

Draw a picture using the black Sharpie markers. 

Using the markers enables the children to add lots of fine details to their drawings. 

The picture is then coloured with FAS Painting Dyes. 

FAS School Art Painting Dye Set


It doesn’t matter if the dye runs together or the lines are gone over. This gives a nice watercolour effect and the black lines always stay visible. More details can be added after the dye has dried. The process can also be done in reverse with the dying done first.

Share and Enjoy
Tony
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Painting Dye Wax Crayon Resist



FAS Painting Dye Wax Crayon Resist - school art class project.

Learn how easy it is to create amazing colourful artwork with FAS Painting Dye and a white wax crayon.  Simple yet so much fun.

To make up FAS Painting, just add water.







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FAS - Fine Art Supplies Educational Paint Specialists for over 40 years 



Monoprinting with Kids Super Tempera Paint

Monoprinting: School Holidays are coming.
Here is a great and simple colour project for the kids.


See how you MonoPrint with School Super Tempera Paint


This is quick, colourful and easy.  It is block printing at its simplest form
using a Tempera Poster Paint with fingers and kids do love pushing paint around
with their fingers.

So simple yet so much colouful fun.
  • : Sketch Paper
  • : Tempera Paint in simple bold colours
  • : Paint pots or dishes.
  • : Printing plate: (old plastic placemat, styrofoam board, any flat non-porous surface). We used a small sheet of plexiglas.  You can use a wipe-able bench top. 
  • : Roller or a wide paint brush.
  • : Apron and a cover sheet, newspapers or paper towels.


Lets Get Started:
Spread Tempera Paint evenly over your printing plate with a wide brush or use a roller.  Making sure that it is slightly smaller than your paper.  It is not important to make it straight edged in fact it adds to the final effect.
Using fingers draw designs on the painted area.  The more simple and basic picture the better. What you are trying to do is remove the paint with your finger. If you are not happy with the design you can re-roll the area and start again. 
When you're happy with your design, lay the paper on top, making sure to cover the area with paint. Try not to press on the painted area too much and also try not to move the paper around as it will smudge your final design. 
Carefully peel the paper from the printing plate to reveal the mono printed image.
The printing plate can be reworked to be used again and again for the whole class.
Allow to dry.